Tag Archives: dementia

Tents, caravans and boats

We went down to see my Mum yesterday. It’s been over two months since our last visit, but with Maggie’s op, Hubby’s heart scare, house sitting and the recent bad weather, time has just flown by, and today is the … Continue reading

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A Mum is so precious

I hold you close and breathe you in, Memories flood through me, None lost through the years But for you, disoriented in time, Confused, aware, and distant all at once. I feel your heartbeat close to mine, The warmth of … Continue reading

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The Good Old Days

31st October 2015 Hubby had an errand to run this morning, and after we’d both walked the dog, I stayed with Mum, though he took Maggie with him. Sir Barkalot is worse than ever today, and I took to not … Continue reading

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I didn’t know him well

The phone call had Sad news to tell But I confess I didn’t know him well.

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I Love you Mum

I have reblogged a post entitled The Heartbreak of Dementia today and although I know my Mum won’t be reading this, I hope she knows somewhere in her mind that I think of her every day. Sadly, I also know … Continue reading

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